PhD Alumni

Universidade Estadual de Campinas

Name

PhD Title

Pedro Henrique Evangelista Duarte

Neoliberal dependent accumulation patterns and workforce superexploitation in Brazil (completed: 2015)

Lygia Sabbag Fares Gibb

The Dissolution of Standard Working Time (completed: 2017)

University of Cape Coast

Name

PhD Title

Frederick Koomson

Social capital and rural agricultural development in Ghana (completed: 2015)

Egerton University

Name

PhD Title

Thomas Ogola

Rural-Urban Linkages for Trade in Dairy Milk: Market Chain Analysis in Dairy Milk

Jane Sawe

Evaluation of Urban Dairy Farming and Its Contirbution to Decent Work in Nakuru Municipality, Kenya

University of Agriculture Faisalabad

Name

PhD Title

Muhammad Asif Raza

Prevalence of intestinal parasites in small ruminants and their sensitivity to treatments with ethnobotanical remedies in Cholistan, Pakistan (completed: 2013)

Sabah Saleem

International return migrants in rural areas of Pakistan

Sami Ul-Allah

Towards a water and nutrient efficient forage production in semi-arid regions of Pakistan (completed: 2013)

University of Kassel

Name

PhD Title

Ellen Ehmke

Welfare Development in Developing Countries: Evidence from Recent Indian Social  Security Reforms (completed: 2016)

 

Fatima
Ghayoor

Diversity and Nutritional Variation in Pakistani Dates: Implications for Sustainable Value Chain and Decent Living Perspectives of Rural Households (completed: 2016)

Luciana Hachmann

Pursuing a democratic developmental state trade agenda in a neo-liberal context: Worker´s Party (PT) and African National Congress (ANC) in comparison (completed: 2014)

Saadia Hanif

A Study on the Comparative Sustainability of Dairy Production Systems to Act as Full Time Employment Opportunity for Farming Community in Pakistan

Belayeth Hussain

Disciplinary Technologies of Microfinance Institutions in BangladeshComparison of BRAC and BRDB Programs (completed: 2014)

Ismail Doga Karatepe

Islamists, State, Bourgeoisie and Discourse: The Construction Industry in Turkey (completed: 2017)

Claudia  Levy

Social learning to promote decent living and working conditions for rural households in Mozambique (completed: 2016)

Aishah
Namukasa

Law, Racialisation and Labour Migration Programmes: legal consciousness and coping strategies of East African Healthcare Workers in Britain (completed: 2017)

Justus
Ochieng

Market Orientation, Rural Out-Migration, Crop Production and
Household Food Security: The Case of Smallholders in Central Africa (completed: 2014)

Kwabena Nyarko Otoo

Informal Employment and labour Regulations in Ghana (completed: 2017)

Hariati Sinaga

Competitive Pressures and Labour Rights: Power and Labour Relations in Indonesian Oil Palm and Automobile Sectors (completed: 2017)

Prem Jose Vazhacharickal

Characterization of urban and peri-urban agricultural production systems and soil heavy metal signatures in the Mumbai Metropolitan Region, India (completed: 2014)

Verna Viajar

Examining labour organizing strategies of migrant domestic workers’ in Malaysia: Prospects in the struggles for empowerment of domestic worker networks and dynamic tensions with trade unions  

Kateryna Yarmolyuk

 

Implementation of International Labour Standards / EU Labour Law Norms into National Legislation of Ukraine (Occupational Health and Safety Issues - Completed: 2015)

Sadaat Ali Yawar

Decent Work in Food Supply Chains (completed: 2014)

Xi Zhao

 

 

Returning Migrants and Social Inclusion in Rural China (completed: 2014)

 

TATA Institute of Social Sciences

Name

PhD Title

Indira Gartenberg

Decent Work in the Informal Sector: the Case of Home Based Workers in Mumbai (completed: 2016)

Debdulal Saha

Street Vendors in Mubai: An exploration within the framework of 'Decent Work' (completed: 2012)

Abhishek Sawant

Public space access and organising structures for street vendors: Comparative case studies between Mumbai and Johannesburg

University of the Witwatersrand

Name

PhD Title

Asanda Benya

Women in Mining: A comparative study of two South African Platinum Mines (completed: 2016)

Crispen Chinguno

Strike Violence and Precarious Employment (completed: 2015)

Katherine Joynt

What is the power of different actors at every node of the wheat to bread commodity chain and how could the power of workers in this commodity chain be strengthened?

Themba Masondo

The socio-economic impact of an employed guarantee: a comparison
of CWP and NREGA

Universidad Autónoma de Yucatán

Name

PhD Title

Ola El-Kashef

Studying the methods of information acquisition for empowering of rural women in production practices of backyard chicken in Yucatan, Mexico (completed: 2015)

Irina Peniche González

Milk Yield, Composition and Digestibility of Hair Ewes Fed (completed: 2016)